THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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ILY OFFICIAL. BULLETIN
SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1921.
The meeting of the Senate Council scheduled for Monday, March 14,
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
[embers of the Literary Faculty:
The Faculty Directory blanks for the College of Literature, Science and
Arts will be found in the tops of the messenger boxes or in the com-
nents'belonging to members of the faculty of this College. These blanks
separate and distinct from any issued by the President's office, and
Id be filled out and returned to Dean Effinger's office not later than
lay, March 14, directly or through the messenger service.e
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
Ross Munn Will Speak at the Physics Colloquium on Tuesday:
M!r. Ross Gunn will qpeak at the Physics Colloquium on Tuesday, March
t 4:20 p. m., on TheRadio Goneometer and Its Application. All inter-
are invited to attend. W. F. COLBY.
arch Club,. University of Michigan:
A regular meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday
ing, March 16, at 8 o'clock, in the Histological Laboratory. (Council
ing at 7:30.) The program will be as follows:
LeRoy Waterman-Pre-Israelite pentads in the covenant law of Israel.
K. L. Wilgus-Legal Aspects of city planning.
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
lementary Examination in Economics 1:
e supplementary examination for those who were absent from the ex-.
ation in Economics 1 in the first semester will be given Saturday,
h 19, at 9 a. m. in room 103, Economics building.
F. M. TAYLOR.
Iakc-up and condition examination will be held in Room 6, Economics
ling, on Thursday, March 17, at 2 o'clock.
the supplementary examination for students who were absent from
inal examination will be given on Wednesday, March 16, 2 p. m., in
a G 437, Natural Science building.
I. D. SCOTT.
Davis, Summer 1921:
e prospective enrollment for the first session of Camp Davis is too high
oome adjustments will be necessary. Students who prefer the first ses-
are asked to submit their reasons therefor in writing. Letters should
ate whether students are to return -to the University next fall and
her they are wholly or partially self-supporting. These letters are to be
y hands not later than Saturday, March 19.
CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON,
Director, Camp Davis.
al Examination Results:
ton-probation students who participatd in the mental tests adminis-
by the Bureau of Tests and Measurements may learn their standing
ese tests by calling at Room 105, Tappan hall, Monday, March 14, 9-12,
5; or Tuesday, March 15, 10-12, or 1-4.-
GUY M. WHIPPLE.
he program for the next meeting of the Educational Club will con-
f reports of the recent Atlantic City Convention of the N. E. A. by
ssors A. S. Whitney, Guy M. Whipple, and J. B.ZEdmonson. Attention
led to the -fact that the meeting will be held Monday evening, March
t 7 o'clock in Room 304, Michigan Union, instead of Wednesday even-
All men interested in education are invited.
CLAIR K. SEARLES.
FURTHER JURISDICTION GIVEN
STUDENTS AT PRINCETON ATTENTION- El
Another step in the movement among
universities for student control of
activities is marked by the grant by
the Princeton faculty to the Senior
council of jurisdiction over all that A "Slide
tend "to lower the moral tone of
Princeton." The council will have fulll
power of investigation and dismissal
without statement of cause to the uni-
It will thus be possible for students -
to deal directly with cases that morel , T IAVE WRITTEN POEMS!
Do you care to have them revised
properly call for discipline from them- or constructively criticised by suc-
selves alone, this step being a further cessful authors? If you do, then send
extension of the honor system which us your manuscript (stories, articles
has been used at Princeton for 28 or poems). We will criticise, and
piace them should they prove to be
years. acceptable for publication.
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dlversity Men's Bible
in the upper room in
A meeting of all Culver men will be
held at 5:15 o'clock Monday in room
The Ferris Institute club banquet
tickets are now on sale at the Un-
ion and at Sugden's drug store.
The meeting of the Boxing club
scheduled for Tuesday night at the
Union has been postponed until
7:30 o'clock Thursday.
CORNELL FACULTY APPROVES
STUDENT HONOR SYSTEM PLAN
concert, Hill auditor-
dis play of
-Edmond C. Shields, '96L, speaks
"The Man Out of College," Un-'
Volunteers meet, Lane
Action Follows Unanimous
Student Body at
J. A, Blrsley, Dean of Students,'
ks at the second Sunday even-
supper for students, Harris hall.
The Wesleyan guild meets for
al half hour and special guild
ing, Methodist church.
William L. Stidger, of Detroit,
ks on "Oriental Flashlights," at
t Methodist church .
Dr. Clarence A. Barbour, pres-
t of Rochester Theological Sem-
y, speaks on "The Land of theI
scovered," Baptist church.
Rabbi A. M. Hershman address-
hie Intercollegiate society, Lane
non club meets in
With not a dissenting vote the fac-
ulty members of Cornell university
passed the honor system at a meeting
last week. This plan had formerly
received almost the unanimous ap-
proval of the student body at a gen-
eral election. Previous to voting the
professors and the deans discussed
the plan and the only dissent express-
ed had relation to form and proce-
This question has not as yet been
formally adopted as it will have to be
passed on favorably by a -committee
on general administration, a sub-com-
mittee of the board of trustees, and
by the faculties of the several col-
After the constitution has been
adopted by the board of trustees com-
mittee, the power granted under the
constitution will be vested in the un-
der-graduate body, as a matter of pro-
cedure. The disciplinary power will
be placed in the hands of the new
committee instead of remaining in the
faculty committee on student affairs.
- The passage of the system by the
trustees committee does not insure its
use, as the faculties of the several col-
leges may or may not institute it. The
faculty of each college is to deter-
mine how to best conduct its own ex-
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